ok so after reading some answers to hair related questions on here, I decided to ask why the double standard ?
when asked about body hair on a man, it seems that most men were kinda offended that a lot of women don't like chest hair and said to love a man for who he is,
so then why do men expect a girl not to have a bush in the pubic region, and then get offended when a woman expect a hairless chest
And then what are your preferences because I want to see the consensus
Girls your choices are A or B
Guys your choices are C or D
- No chest hair on a manVote A
- Chest hair on a manVote B
- Shaved pubes on a girlVote C
- Unshaved pubes on a girlVote D
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I see what you are saying, and I try my best to not hold girls to something I don't want to be held to. I am not yet sexually active, so I also haven't had a confrontation about hair in places, but I am going to be as accepting as I can.
Through one campus activity, I ended up square dancing with strangers, but that is unimportant. A girl in our 'square' had hairy arms, and I noticed them. It quite a while ago, and I was kinda immature, and I thought to myself that girls should shave their arms. Almost immediately I thought that I was being very stupid, since I would never want to shave my arms (I guess it could be said that I really really like forearms, for some reason, and I look forward to having hairy forearms like my father and grandfather). From then on, I have kept the belief that I won't expect a girl to do something for me that I wouldn't do myself.
Another influence to my preference of "natural" (again, I am not active, so this takes on a less sexual meaning) is that I believe we spend way too much time trying to change the way the human body appears. It is definitely important to maintain the body and keep it healthy, but some things people want are just not normal. Our bodies are great as they are. Sorry for the semi-religious/semi-antireligious statement (I believe evolution was created by a God): Evolution and a God have designed our bodies beautifully, and they are great machines. I don't want to add an immature crayon mark onto the wonderful masterpiece we are given.4